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Seene now supports Google Cardboard for viewing 3D images
The online advertising industry is fighting a long, drawn out, seemingly never-ending battle against two enemies.
Julian goes along to help advise on a judging panel for 'The Apprentice' 2014 final.
The future of retail lies in technology. But does this have to leave traditional offline retail wallowing in a pool of self-pity – waiting for its e-commerce rivals to poach its customer base?
In my first post on the online video industry (and the slow demise of television), I discussed how the web has led to a proliferation of video and a widening access for aspiring video creators and viewers. While the effect of the internet on quantity of content is obvious, the effect on its quality is far more subjective.
The key driver behind the rise of online video is the growing ease at which creators can make and distribute content. Let’s
Executive Coaching is not what you think.
FMCGs have new route to transform customer loyalty. This route is on Mobile.
We all spend a lot of time trying to understand customer needs better. But how many of us actually apply the same methods to customers as we do employees?
Sandeep Senghera and Jozef Wallis, co-founders of Toothpick have come 45th in Business Insider's 'The Coolest People in UK Tech'.
Q&A with Tom Beverly, EC1 Capital Advisor and Co-founder & CEO of project J
EC1 Capital invests in WeSwap, a disruptive p2p travel money exchange
Can selling to businesses revive iPad sales?
Dave Clark, Co-founder and CTO of LoyaltyLion, sheds light on finding the right programmer for an early stage startup
James Hart, a former director at Asos.com, has joined ecommerce startup LoyaltyLion as an investor and advisor.
My own personal experience might help other computer users suffering similar eye problems to the one I experienced.
Ello, a new social network, emerged from nowhere. Riding the waves of recent anti-Facebook sentiment, the key tenet in its manifesto is that it does not, and indeed never will, allow advertising on the platform.
We see good ideas in abundance. Just think, if there are more than 1.2 million apps in the App Store, how many ideas for apps are out there (both vocalized and in people’s minds).
The era of the mobile is never more apparent than in emerging economies, where many people’s first experience of the interest is on mobile. But what works in the the UK or US isn't always a successful recipe elsewhere.